I'm so excited to be a part of the Holiday Home Tour, hosted by Michele at Shelstring. If you haven't seen the other homes on the tour, they are listed at the bottom of this post, and I know you'll want to go see all of them.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Friday, December 12, 2014
When I shared my Christmas supper table here, you may have had a glimpse of our Christmas trees. I told you I'd share more about them later. So, here it is (or here they are).
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
I set a table in front of the fireplace for a relaxed soup and sandwich supper. (We call it supper if it is a light meal and dinner if it is a heavy meal. Do you do that?) I have to tell you about the quilt that covers the table. Other bloggers are always telling about these great deals they find at Goodwill stores. I don’t live near a GW store, but when I met some other bloggers in Memphis several years ago, we went to a GW. I found this quilt for $2.00, and I’ve used it on tables every Christmas since then. It’s my one and only GW bargain.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Each Christmas season, I use our Fontanini nativity set on the family room mantel.
If you have visited my blog during past Christmas seasons, you may think the mantel is identical to our previous Christmas mantels.
Friday, December 5, 2014
I have such a crush on this beautiful home featured on the Traditional Home site. The French inspired architecture; the curved windows; and those French blue shutters just make my heart beat a little faster.
Thursday, December 4, 2014
At Christmastime, all of the family members who were here for Thanksgiving return for Christmas Eve dinner. So, we have as many place setting for Christmas Eve as we do for Thanksgiving. We usually seat between 25 and 30.
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Before I was married, I had a little Santa collection. I’m talking about three or four Santas.
I’ve been married 45 years, and it is so easy to buy me a gift. Everyone just gifts me with another Santa, and my collection grows, and grows, and …